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FORD HIGHLAND PARK PLANT 1920s photo print
FORD HIGHLAND PARK PLANT 1920s photo print
Photo #1225
(Use this photo number when ordering)
by Jan Kaulins

HIGHLAND PARK FORD PLANT 1920's photo picture print photograph for sale. This historic FORD HIGHLAND PARK FORD PLANT photo picture print for sale is made from an Original negative/photo that has been professionally restored by artist/photographer Jan Kaulins. It is from about 1920 and shows the four main smoke stacks with the large FORD letters on them. Below on the street we see two very early Model T automobiles. This is an excellent hundred year old historic image of the early days of the Ford Motor Company offered to you as a fine-art photo print. The quality of the photo is very good, though slightly grainey as were most film photographs from 100 years ago.

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